Awards

yESAO Exchange Program Award

Aims of the yESAO-Exchange Program
  • experience training and research in different environments
  • improving your scientific knowledge
  • establish international / interdisciplinary cooperation
ESAO junior members are asked to submit their application by December 15, 2017
Projects will be reviewed based on the following categories
  • Quality of content (e.g. description of central theme, structure)
  • Novelty of the problem
  • Quality of working plan
  • Exchange of methods
Former Winners

“Hemodynamic and hydraulic properties of TCPCs in Fontan patients, 2017”

  • Kristin Hugenroth (Dept. of Cardiovascular Engineering, Aachen, Germany)
  • Anastasios Petrou (Product Development Group ETH, Zurich, Switzerland)
  • Please click here for the report of Kristin and Anastasios

“In vitro adipose tissue engineering using adipose derived stem cells and collagen-based scaffolds combined with hyaluronic acid, 2017”

  • Sanja Stojanovic (Department for Cell and Tissue Engineering and Department of Biology and Human  Genetics, Nis, Serbia)
  • Syamend Saeed (Julius Wolff Institute for Biomechanic and Musculoskeletal Regeneration, Berlin, Germany)
  • Please click here for the report of Sanja and Saeed

“Coaxially electrospun and directional solidified scaffolds for bone and vascular tissue engineering, 2016”

  • Alejandro Garcia Garcia (UTC bio-mechanics and bioengineering laboratory, Compiègne, France)
  • Fedaa AL Halabi (Institute for Multiphase Processes, Hannover, Germany)
  • Please click here for the report of Alejandro and Fedaa

“Computational modeling for surgical planning of arteriovenous fistula for hemodialysis, 2016”

  • Michela Bozzetto (Mario Negri Institute for Pharmacological Research, Milano, Italy)
  • Floris Vanommeslaeghe (Ghent University Hospital, Belgium)
  • Please click here for the report of Michela and Floris

“Comparison and Improvement of cardiac and vascular mock-up components for flow visualization, 2016”

  • Martin Büsen (Institute of Applied Medical Engineering, Aachen, Germany)
  • Philipp Aigner (Center for Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, Vienna, Austria)

“Biological characterization of complex electrospun scaffolds for bone tissue engineering, 2015”

  • Timothée Baudequin (UTC bio-mechanics and bioengineering laboratory, Compiègne, France)
  • Marc Müller (Institute for Multiphase Processes, Hannover, Germany)

“Paediatric and adult blood in the response to mechanical shear stress, 2015”

  • Joeri Van Puyvelde (KU Leuven – Clinical Cardiac Surgery, Leuven, Belgium)
  • Ina Laura Pieper (University Swansea, United Kindom)

“Dynamics of artificial aortic valves: a combined experimental and numerical study, 2015”

  • Desiree Pott (Institute of Applied Medical Engineering, Aachen, Germany)
  • Julien Sigüenza (Montpellier, France)

“Blood pressure measurement in LVAD recipients using a novel Ultrasonic Doppler Method, 2014”

  • Bente Thamsen (Charité Berlin – Biofluid Mechanics Lab, Berlin, Germany)
  • Marcus Granegger (Center for Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering, Vienna, Austria)

“New Investigation on Modeling and Simulation of Organ Perfusion Using Natural and Analogous Body Fluids, 2014”

  • Ali Poorkhalil (RWTH Aachen, Germany)
  • Hadi Tabesh (University of Tehran, Iran)